Neurohacking Everyday Fear
How do you feel in fear?
Fear is something that we think, as well as something that we feel.
Recognizing how your body reacts to fear is essential so you can recognize the very early stages before you get into that big old fear storm.
I want you to take a moment and think about something you are fearful of. Close your eyes and imagine it happening.
In this moment, how does your body feel as you imagine your greatest fear?
For me, my chest gets tight and my breath gets short, and I start to bunch up my shoulders. If it's a big fear, I feel of wave of tingles wash over me from my head to my toes.
Before moving on to the next video, really examine what your body does when you are in fear. Next, make sure to write it down in your journal or youR workbook, so that we're prepared for our work together.